Miami (Fla.) - Hurricanes
Tommy Streeter - #8 - WR
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/08/2012 Miami (Fla.) Pro Day||6-5||218||9 5/8||34 5/8||83||4.36||6.97|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-4 7/8||219||9 1/2||34 3/4||82 3/4||4.40||17||10'5"||33||7.09|
The Florida prep caught 14 touchdown passes for the state champions as a junior, when he was a teammate of Miami QB Jacory Harris. Redshirted in 2008 after season-ending wrist surgery in August. Appeared in 10 games in ’09, mostly on special teams, tallying five catches for 114 yards (22.8-yard average) and zero TDs. Spent the ’10 season as a reserve wide receiver in eight games, grabbing only 1-42-1 (43.0) in the Sun Bowl against Notre Dame. Made the most of extensive playing time in ’11 and led the team in all receiving categories after recording 46-811-8 (17.6) in 12 games (seven starts). Never fumbled.Positives:
Terrific body length — excellent height and very long arms. Eats up ground with long strides. Deceptive acceleration and long speed to get behind the secondary. Wide catching radius. High-points in the red zone. Flashes playmaking ability — averaged nearly 19 yards per catch at UM. Showed improvement and increased confidence under new coaching staff. Has upside. Soft-spoken and grounded.Negatives:
Needs to fill out and get stronger — has a narrow, frail frame and is not built to take a pounding (durability could be an issue). Susceptible to the jam. Leggy, unpolished route runner — stiff through the hips and struggles to sink his weight. Inconsistent hands. Unnatural catcher — traps throws, double-catches and needs to work on hand selection. Green positional instincts and coverage recognition. Questionable toughness. Confidence fluctuates. Does not factor on special teams. Only a one-year producer.Summary:
Tall, long-levered, smooth-muscled, straight-linish, vertical receiver who came alive under Al Golden, though Streeter could have benefitted from another year of physical and mental maturation. Raw, developmental project who will require a patient, positive, nurturing positional coach to mold his talent. Best football is years ahead of him and has huge upside if he can figure it out.
Tommy Streeter's Draft Stock
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